Trend, forecasted: Jin Soon's Idyll hit runways last fall, but emerges as the red to wear this season.
Tried-and-true nail polish...be gone! This season brings a bevy of unexpected options for nail color. 90's grunge metallic greens; a bold and crisp, sporty blue; and brown-reds that are softer than their wine and dark purple sisters of seasons past---all take center stage, making it the perfect time to turn over a new (fall) leaf.
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1. IDYLL BY JINSOON
Nail expert, guru, and entrepreneur, Jin Soon Choi describes this shade as "an unusual, unique, antique orange". She used it in Michael Kors' fall 2019 runway show, but the color really hits its stride this season as The New Red and as, according to Jin, "a new classic".
2. PINEAPPLE SKIES BY PEAR NOVA
We like to avoid unflattering trends when it comes to beauty, and at first glance, this color may seem questionable. Make no mistake: the effect 90's style has had on the last few seasons is vast, making it time to rethink metallic green. This color goes from grunge to grand, especially when paired with a full look in black.
3. FOSTER BY ZOYA
We love this milk chocolate brown with a flattering pink undertone. Perfect for pairing with fall's flesh-tone fashion.
4. A LITTLE UNDERGROUND BY SMITH & CULT
Deep, dark wines and purples have been a fall-winter mainstay when it comes to nail color, but this hue is a fresh take: the color of sugar-dusted blackberries.
5. SATURATED BY ORLY
We're longtime fans of this true-blue for the chameleon-like way it can be surprisingly neutral. This fall and winter, it's your best and your boldest staple.
6. GONE GREEN BY DEBORAH LIPPMANN
Another take on the season's green polish trend, this color is a deep, chic olive with silver shimmer from the woman who does glitter polish best. This hue does double duty as a precise pairing for fall's silver trend in clothing and handbags.